British wheelchair racer puts faith in front of her as she trains for another Paralympics.
Growing up in school, wheelchair racer Karé (pronounced “cah-ray”) Adenegan didn’t know she could compete in sports.
Today, the 20-year-old is one of Great Britain’s top sprinters.
It was after watching the 2012 London Paralympic Games on television that her life changed, and she started dreaming big. Since then, she has earned three Paralympic medals, seven World medals and the 2018 BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year award.
Her journey as a T34 competitor with diplegic cerebral palsy, an ethnic minority in her country and a second-year history student at Warwick University in Coventry, England, has meant embracing opportunity and learning to speak on behalf of others.
Read the rest of her story here.